Garmin Forerunner 10

The satnav supremo’s lightest, cheapest GPS watch tells you how far, how fast and fends off water. It’s one of the simplest ways to track fitness activity and when you’ve hit a personal record, the Forerunner 10 will let you know. Price: £10

Scosche Rhythm

Strap this fella to your forearm and it’ll monitor your pulse and heart-rate, and tell you how (in)effective your workout routine is via an iPhone app. You can even skip songs on your playlists via the buttons on the face. Price: £100

Pico Genie P100

This CD case-sized LED projector turns your smartphone into a cinema via the magic of HDMI. The projector has a brightness of 85 lumens and projects at 480p for up to two hours on a single battery charge. Price: £250

robotic limbs

Robotic limbs provide mobility to paraplegics or augment the strength and endurance of nurses, firefighters, and soldiers. The HAL-5 (Hybrid Assisted Limb) from the Cyberdyne Corporation uses coin-sized electromyogram (EMG) sensors on the shoulders, hips, knees and elbows to eavesdrop on the signal sent from the brain to muscles. During its three-hour batteryRead More